GLEN ARM, MD - Armistead Technologies
specializes in the manufacturing of reverse engineered printed circuit boards (PCBs), with the capability to integrate additional features and updated components into fabricated boards to extend the lifecycle of a product.
Over the past 19 years, John Armistead says he has seen many changes. "Technology has actually made things harder," he says. "Some chips now have software on-board, and from a reverse engineering standpoint it's very difficult to extract that software from the chip."
"With today's complex circuit boards, it's a lot more cost-effective for an engineering manager to outsource the job of reverse engineering a PCB to us rather than take one of his engineers off projects," Armistead says. "And, because we're reverse engineering specialists, we can get the job done a lot quicker, too."
Armistead says he looks forward to many more years of serving the electronics industry with innovative, accurate reverse engineering services. "Whenever anyone needs a U.S.-based firm to handle a PCB reverse engineering project," Armistead says, "we'll be here."